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Statistical data about the COVID-19 virus in the Republic of Serbia.

2,615,054

The total number of registered cases.

13,463,733

NUMBER OF PEOPLE TESTED

4,165

NUMBER OF TESTED INDIVIDUALS IN THE LAST 7 DAYS

69

NUMBER OF CONFIRMED CASES IN THE LAST 7 DAYS

The next update will be on 18.04.2024.

Source: Institute of Public Health of Serbia "Dr. Milan Jovanović Batut

Dear Madam/Sir,

In the Republic of Serbia, the first case of COVID-19 was registered on March 6, 2020, and the epidemic is still ongoing. At this moment, the epidemiological situation is stable with a tendency of decreasing illness rates in all parts of the country. However, the SARS-CoV-2 virus is still circulating in the territory of the Republic of Serbia, so it is recommended to observe preventive measures in order to reduce the risk of infection and transmission of this disease.

We kindly ask you to take the following measures in order to prevent infection and transmission of the virus in the Republic of Serbia, as well as to protect your health:

  • Reduce contact with other people in your household, workplace, or public places over the next 14 days.
  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water (for at least 20 seconds) or use a hand sanitizer with at least 70% alcohol.
  • Avoid touching your face, mouth, nose, and eyes.
  • Avoid close contact with individuals who have symptoms of respiratory infections (fever, sneezing, coughing, runny nose, difficulty breathing, or others), including members of your household.
  • Refrain from shaking hands or hugging, and maintain a distance of at least one meter from others.
  • Use masks that cover your nose and mouth when indoors.
  • Ventilate the rooms you are in frequently.
  • If you experience symptoms of a respiratory infection (fever, sneezing, coughing, runny nose, difficulty breathing, or others), immediately put on a mask covering your mouth and nose, increase hand hygiene (wash with warm water and soap), avoid contact with others, use a tissue when sneezing or coughing, and call the epidemiologist at the institute or public health institution responsible for your area (the list is provided at the end of this text). The epidemiologist will provide further instructions.

We kindly request that you fully comply with the provided instructions.

We sincerely thank you for your responsible behavior towards your own health and the health of all residents of the Republic of Serbia.

Ministry of Health of the Republic of Serbia

Institute of Public Health of Serbia "Dr. Milan Jovanović Batut"

For further information, you can contact the Institute of Public Health of Serbia "Dr. Milan Jovanović–Batut" (Address: Dr. Subotića Street No. 5, 11000 Belgrade; Phone: 011 2684 566) or the institutes/public health institutions in the area where you reside.